How many times have you heard (or said) something like:
“I used to run until I hurt my knee”
“I remember how fun it was to cook with my kids”
“I like gardening, but I just don’t have time”
“I wish I had the energy to workout”
“I used to practice piano at least an hour a day”
“I loved traveling before the kids were born”
“I had to start working fulltime, so I didn’t have time to finish my degree”
“I’ve always wanted to learn how to play guitar”
“I wish I knew how to draw”
We all have things we used to do, things we wish we could do, or could have done. The question is what’s stopping us from doing these things? What’s stopping us from trying something new?
For the things we used to do, but don’t anymore, here are two powerful words:
For things we wish we could do, there’s an even more powerful version:
The easiest failure is failing to begin.
Our greatest success can only happen when we choose to begin.
Or, begin again.